Attitudes and activities of the organized blind: oral history with Allen Jenkins
Source 2 Tapes of 2: 1/4 inch audio tapeRun time 01:38:01Language EnglishContact Information The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720-6000 Administration office: (510) 642-3781 - Fax: (510) 642-7589 - Reference desk: (510) 642-6481 Send reference inquiries about collections and use of materials to Public Services Staff: email@example.com.
: Recollections of his law career in San Francisco; the Lincoln-Roosevelt Republican League in Berkeley; his work on the California State Railroad Commission (1911-1918); Hiram W. Johnson's administration as governor of Calif.; work with the War Dept., 1918-1919, as surveyor of contracts and with the U.S. Railroad Administration (1919-1920); return to law practice in San Francisco.Collection Guide
: The Regional Oral History Office, 1954-1979Call Number
: Phonotape 260 BRights
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Interviewer: Baum, Willa K.
Content Summary: Tape 1: 1. Intro -- description of Jenkins 2. Social prejudice major problem 3. Example of working blind people 4. Agencies keep blind dependent 5. Agencies more toward indep. How, personnel 6. Blind workers better than sighted in agency work 7. Amer. Foundation for Blind 8. Nursery schools for blind babies 9. Most charities don't get at problem
Tape 2: 10. Passage of Aid to Needy Blind, Aid to Partially Self-supporting Blind 11. Budge of $90, philosophy of asking for public assistance 12. Jenkins' definition of blindness as social 13. Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation 14. Purposes of Orientation Center 15. Field workers, need for early case finding